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Gin

Whether you like it in a punch, cocktail or tonic, the spirit has a broad variety of uses. Explore the juniper-based liquor with our vast selection of drink recipes.

How to Make the Summer Bloody Mary of Your Dreams

A fresh, light Bloody Mary recipe is perfect for summer, and starts with fresh tomatoes, but doesn't have to stop there. The Bloody Mary may be the ultimate brunch cocktail, and they're good all year...

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Expensive Gin - is it really worth it (to my pallet) ?

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by CHSeifert 2 years ago

So I have been buying A LOT of gin over the last year and a half. I think I counted the number of different gin’s I have bought and came close to 45. I’m a strong believer in quality and re...

G & T

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by tim irvine 1 year ago

I hadn't really enjoyed G & Ts for many years but recently tried Fevertree light tonic. It has no artificial sweeteners despite being labeled light. It is eminently drinkable and very refreshing....

Coloured Gins

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by imagin_cocktails 11 months ago

Hey, gin lovers! I am developing my school web project dedicated to coloured gins. On the website I compare different gins by color, taste, flavour, ingredients, and price. I am also going to add r...

Choice of beverage for July 4th

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by tim irvine 1 year ago

I think the Fourth of July is a fun holiday for a lot of reasons. No presents are needed. No one dresses up; in fact dressing like a comfortable teenager is expected. Unlike the winter holidays ...

What Martini Glass do you use?

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by seefoo 1 year ago

This lockdown has me bored enough to seek improvement to my martini-game. Difficult shopping for glassware off the internet. I KNOW I want smaller vessels. I just dislike the giant glass all the ...

What is "it" in "gin and it"?

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by Marsha 14 years ago

I have often read in my British detective novels that people would order "gin and it" and I have never been able to find out what the "it" is. Vermouth? Tonic? Bitters? Does anyone have a defin...

Martini pairings and garnishes

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by tim irvine 4 years ago

We recently had a bottle of Botanist and used our usual Dolin dry. The result was a little too soft, almost not a martini but my, what an amazing gin. Using a twist instead of an olive (bottled i...

It's 2020, we're locked down at home: pls tell me, how do you make *your* negroni??

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by damiano 1 year ago

So... It's been a long time since this board has discussed a negroni. I'm relatively new to a negroni, but as it's 2020 and as we're all at home watching netflix, I've been noticing that around 1/3...

Lonespur Texas Gin?

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by curseofleisure 7 years ago

Saw this at Spec's today and can't really find any information about it on the web. Anyone tired it? Thoughts?

What cocktail/drink is this?

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by erling 1 year ago

I drank this for my holiday last year and just now i remember how good it was. Looks like a blue lagook but i’m not sure. Any tips?

Store-bought egg whites?

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by Alcachofa 3 years ago

Hi. I'm posting this here, as I will be using the egg whites to make drinks. I'm wondering if anyone has ever used the egg whites you can find in a supermarket to make cocktails which require egg w...

Opinions about Albuquerque Distilleries

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by katiep15 2 years ago

Calling all distillery and spirits lovers in the area! Have 5 minutes to share your opinions and perceptions of distilleries in the area? I'm conducting a survey as part of a grad school marketing ...

Mombassa Club Gin?

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by zackly 2 years ago

A friend who lives in Italy part time was telling me about Mombassa Club Gin. It is all the rage over there. Claims it makes great gin and tonics. He said they charge 70 Euros for a 750 ml bottle. ...

The Duke @ Bar La Grassa-A modified Pimms Cup cocktail

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by benjaminthom 3 years ago

Anyone else had a chance to imbibe on "The Duke" @ Bar La Grassa in Minneapolis. I can't get over how refreshing it is and the "tomato olives" that they use as the garnish. So imagine, a fine tun...

Why do so many people hate Gin?

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by YAYME 10 years ago

As a former Gin hater, I can understand it's bad rap. People say it tastes like christmas tree. I counter that you really haven't enjoyed it. I started enjoying it when I sniffed it like a fine win...

Sloe Gin and Creme de Violette...

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by Jennifer Luxmoore 11 years ago

No, not together! 2 separate questions... I just tried Sloe Gin the other night and loved it, though it seems hard to find. What else can you do with it besides Sloe Gin Fizz? Also purchas...

Submitted for your approval my newest cocktail: Goblin Milk

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by YAYME 3 years ago

'goblin' milk cocktail 1 jigger of Ransom's old tom Gin 1/2 jigger green chartreuse or pine bud liquuer 1 jigger honey/cinnamon syrup 2 jiggers milk 1 mint sprig for garnishing 1 drop green...

REVISED Goblin milk cocktail

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by YAYME 3 years ago

I was inspired by David Lebowitz's green chartreuse ice cream. Knowing that dairy and green chartreuse go oddly well together. I explored further from there. The honey syrup added sweetness, Ransom...

Boozy Sangria, as it's made in Spain (or perhaps used to be?)

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by jojojovich 3 years ago

I went to college in Toledo, Spain for a while. One night we went out, and decided, foolishly, to try the sangria at each bar in town. We didn't get far, it being the boozy delight it is (or used t...

Gin: Bombay Sapphire, Tanqueray and Beefeater?

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by Faune 13 years ago

I would appreciate it if someone could give me recommendations*, contrasts and comparisons (e.g. tasting notes) regarding Bombay Sapphire (which I have tried and enjoyed), Tanqueray and Beefeater. ...